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EIS Scan

Electro Interstitial Scan (EIS Scan)

 

What is the E.I.S. System?

The E.I.S. scan gives a valuable visualisation of body systems and organs.  It’s detailed 3D model of body composition, including organs, glands and body segments assists in indicating imbalances. It provides a colour-coded model and feedback on the activity of your body on a cellular level. Charts and graphs are also generated to provide helpful biofeedback.

 

Could E.I.S. help you?

Many people find the E.I.S. scan valuable in helping them visualise the composition of their body and as a valuable form of biofeedback. The E.I.S. scan is an effective way of monitoring health treatments and a helpful tool for interpreting the results of a range of tests and health checks.

  • Would you like to monitor how well your treatment is working?
  • Perhaps you feel well but would like a health check?
  • Are you a visual person who likes to use diagrams, charts and graphs?
  • Do you need personalised feedback to keep track of your progress?

 

EIS Body Scan Overview (10 minutes)

 

How does it work? You will be connected to the E.I.S. system using 6 electrodes – two plates for your hands, two plates for your feet and two electrodes for your forehead. Minute electrode currents, which are completely safe, are passed backwards and forwards from one plate to another enabling the EIS to scan your body. The computer then uses statistical and mathematical algorithms to display the results.

Benefits

• Easy for both practitioner and client to interpret
• Only takes 3 minutes to scan
• Non-invasive

 

Electro Interstitial Scan Prioritization (3 ½ minutes)

 

History of the EIS system (please click on highlighted word for more information)
German and Russian scientists invented electro interstitial scanning to monitor the health of astronauts in space. The EIS system was later developed by a group of scientists lead by a neurophysicist, Dr Albert Maarek (Maarek 2012), who took 10 years to develop the scanner and to thoroughly validated the results in hospitals around the world (USA, Europe and Asia). Maarek A (2012) – http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3500973/

 

Clinical Study

Several clinical studies have been done on the EIS system which you will find on the LD Technology website (see resources). One I was particularly interested in was a clinical study by Caudal who showed that the EIS system was a useful tool at determining ADHD in children. Caudal F (2011) – http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3218780/

 

Resources Please see LD Technology for more information and resources.

 

Conclusion

Although the E.I.S. Scan gives a valuable visualisation of body systems and organs, it is not used primarily as a diagnostic tool. Current research on its ability to diagnose imbalances in bodily systems, including digestive, respiratory, renal, neurological, cardiovascular, and endocrine imbalances, is ongoing and Emma keeps up to date with the latest findings.

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